Fresh ravioli tastes so much better, but it takes a lot of effort to make from scratch. Mario Batali has a shortcut to get the same deliciousness with less effort: use store-bought wonton wrappers instead of spending all day making pasta dough.
Dust a baking sheet with flour and line up your wonton wrappers. Brush each wrapper with water before adding your filling in the middle. Fold over each wrapper so that it is a triangle shape with the tasty filling safely inside. Cook as you normally would for fresh ravioli. If you need inspiration for the filling, check out the recipe linked below.
Even though wonton wrappers are normally fried, they will stand up to being boiled for your ravioli (or you could make a fried, crispy ravioli). You can find wonton wrappers at your local asian market, or even your supermarket.
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